This is the best Children’s Museum we have been to. When we lived in Pittsburgh we had a membership and brought the kids very regularly. Now every time we go back to visit we have to go. There is a great interactive art studio on the main floor where kids can experiment with relief prints, paper making, painting and sculpture.
There is a vertical climbing maze and exhibits involving mechanical experiments, filming, fireworks and a fun house section about perspective. And for those of us who are of a certain age and nostalgic; the entire set of local hero, Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, is here at the museum to explore.
The building itself is worth checking out in detail before you even go in – it is a very cool blend between the old and the new, with some of the rubble from an old section being used to create the fence around the museum. Enjoy – and this is a good combo with lunch or dinner at Nicky’s Thai Kitchen.